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Fargesia victualia  2008

by Patricia Van Lubeck

Oil on canvas, 180 x 120 cm [br]Fargesia is a family of bamboos, found in alpine conifer forests of East Asia. They are known in Chinese as ‘jian zhu’ meaning arrow bamboo. Fargesia victualia is only found on Tanega Island, South of Japan and is grown as a source for food and fuel. [url=http://www.vanlubeck.com/blog/2008/06/30/the-making-of-fargesia-victualia/]Click her...
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